In effect, modern cow town Spurline is run by Virgil Renchler, owner of the Golden Empire Ranch. One night, two of Virgil’s henchmen go a little too far and beat a
User Reviews: The Bingham County Bully.rnrnMan in the Shadow is directed by Jack Arnold and written by Gene L. Coon. it stars Jeff Chandler, Orson Welles, Colleen Miller, Ben Alexander, John Larch and Barbara Lawrence. Uncredited music is by Hans J. Salter and Herman Stein, and cinematography by Arthur E. Arling.rnrnThe cattle town of Spurline is ruled by Virgil Renchler (Welles), one man refuses to bow to his despotic rule – Sheriff Ben Sadler (Chandler).rnrnObreos No Son Permitidos A Traves De Esta Cerca.rnrnThe above statement means that field hands are not permitted beyond this fence, it’s an opening salvo that greets viewers of this atmospheric and relevant CinemaScope picture, and it’s something that perfectly sets up the unseemly tone of the story.rnrnThe story is simple enough, a town is run by an unsavoury business man who thinks he and his cronies are above the law, the townsfolk think he is as well and tow the line, even in view of the overt racism and treatment to those of other ethnicity. When a murder is committed it brings in the upright and loyal to the law Sheriff, who as you might guess will have to stand alone against tyranny.rnrn

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